Grupo Pistacyl has made the Spanish pistachio known in India, where it has shown professionals in the country’s agri-food sector the properties and characteristics of this dried fruit, of which it is the main producing company in Castile and Leon.
Grupo Pistacyl participated in New Delhi in the first edition of Taste Spain India, an event organized on September 15 by ICEX in collaboration with the Economic and Commercial Office of Spain with the aim of facilitating the entry of companies in the Spanish agri-food sector into the Indian market.
The guests at the exhibition were importers, distributors, professionals from the HORECA channel, journalists and Indian opinion leaders from the agri-food sector, to whom Grupo Pistacyl presented the qualities of the pistachio that it always sells naturally, without any type of roasting, salt or any other additive, which allows it to preserve all its nutritional properties.
It also unveiled its natural pistachio paste, which has been widely accepted among Indian professionals, who were able to taste it in a preparation of croquettes.
This paste is a product especially aimed at the hospitality sector and is made only with pistachio ground in three phases in a stone mill, which prevents it from suffering temperature changes that alter its properties.
Grupo Pistacyl took part in the exhibition with its own space where attendees were also able to taste the Desacato wine that this Valladolid family agri-food group produces under the protection of the Rueda Denomination of Origin.
It is a white wine made from 100% Verdejo grapes, which has already seen its quality recognized with a Silver Medal at the Brussels World Competition held in May 2022.
Grupo Pistacyl’s participation in Taste Spain India is part of the internationalization plan that the company is carrying out with the aim of exporting 50 percent of its production. Its participation last May in another similar action organized by the ICEX in Austria is framed along these lines.
Currently, Pistacyl Group products are already present in different foreign markets such as Ireland, France, Portugal or Italy.